Regarding Recruiting Binghamton University Students and Using eRecruiting
- Binghamton University Career Development Center is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to guidelines set forth in the NACE Principles for Professional Conduct.
- Access to student/alumni resume books on eRecruiting is to be utilized for employment purposes only.
- Employers recruiting on campus (as defined by tabling, information session/presentation, interviewing and Job & Internship Fairs) will be required to complete and have on file an Affirmative Action Form. This form will be provided to you by the Career Development Center and must be completed and returned to our office prior to your recruitment visit.
- The Career Development Center is unable to send surveys to Binghamton University students or alumni on the behalf of an employer.
- In all instances we ask employers to provide a candidate who has interviewed with them an idea of when they will be contacting the student again regarding offer/no offer.
- When an offer is extended, the minimal time in which a student should be expected to accept/decline is 2 weeks.
- The Career Development Center recommends that when FT offers are made during the fall semester for the following summer start, students have until the end of the semester recruiting season to respond.
- The Career Development Center recommends that when FT offers are made during the spring semester for the summer start, students have until the end of the semester recruiting season to respond.
- The Career Development Center recommends that an employer that extends a full-time offer to a student who has completed a summer internship with them, allow the student until the end of the semester recruiting season to respond.
- The Career Development Center cannot support exploding offers (that is, a student is given a specific amount of time to respond and either a financial incentive is tied to the deadline and/or the offer itself, is off the table by the deadline.)
- To post positions within eRecruiting, employers that are 3rd party recruiters must identify themselves as such in the particular jobs posted as well as in the profile section in eRecruiting. They will not have access to Resume Books within eRecruiting. They cannot require payment of any type by the candidate. Third party agencies must identify the organization on behalf of whom they are hiring.
- Current Binghamton University students, who operate a business or serve as an employer, need to consult with CDC’s Employer Services staff prior to requesting use of any of the Career Development Center’s employer services.
- eRecruiting is not a source for the posting of training or post graduate education programs.
- Participation in job and internship fairs is limited to organizations providing employment or internship opportunities. Third Party agencies are not permitted.
Regarding Use of eRecruiting and On Campus Recruiting
- Students will not be permitted to continue interviewing through on campus recruiting, once they have accepted a job/internship offer. If a student is found to be doing this, employers with which they are interviewing will be notified and their eRecruiting account inactivated.
- Students who are currently on study abroad are instructed to notify an employer during the application process of their status. If a study abroad student is selected for an interview, it is the student’s responsibility to notify the employer and the Career Development Center at least 5 business days before the interview so other arrangements can be made.
- Current Binghamton University students, who operate a business or serve as an employer, must consult with Employer Services staff prior to requesting use of any of the Career Development Center’s employer services.
- Students who have a scheduled a job, internship, or mock interview or an appointment during employer office hours are required to give at least 24 hours (business day) notice if they are unable to keep the appointment. Students may either call 607-777-2553 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel.
- A student who does not give 24 hours (business day) notice to cancel an interview or office hours, or who is a “NO SHOW” for the interview will have their eRecruiting account inactivated.
- Any student who knowingly falsifies or misrepresents their academic or personal information on eRecruiting or within their resume will have their eRecruiting account inactivated and may be subject to campus judicial charges. Alumni will not be reimbursed their registration fee.
- A student or alumnus who has had their eRecruiting account inactivated due to violation of these policies must meet with a staff member from the Career Development Center to discuss reactivation of their account.
- It is the responsibility of the student to notify the Career Development Center if there are instances of unprofessional action by an employer.
- Binghamton University's Career Development Center makes no representations or guarantees about the positions listed in eRecruiting. Students are advised to read all details provided carefully and thoroughly in order to make an informed decision before applying for any position within any organization. Please speak with a CDC staff member if you have any concerns about a position or organization listed.
Last Updated: 11/19/12